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Published: September 6, 2012
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So here it is! This image process was a toughy (for a Mark 2 shot ;) ) Beyond the intense color shifts there are also a lot of subtle changes to the image like background blur and slight bits of object removal.

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This dress was made for a commercial shoot in town. It is not for sale now but it may go on sale in the future. It is also made almost entirely out of recycled materials. ;)

Model/Clothing/Retouch: Harmony Sage
Photographer: Sean Parker

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Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows
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TammyPhotographyHobbyist Photographer
Loving the colors. Did you mostly do the color changes with selective color? I also really liked the slightly blurred background to bring the focus onto your model.
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you!  The color in this one was probably mostly done with selective color as that is my favorite shifting tool.  I usually use that first and then move on to overall shifts using color balance and hue and saturation later.  You can see me doing some of my editing here: www.youtube.com/user/gesasage8... =)
alzarooni's avatar
awesome action .. i like the way of coloring the pictures , it is so natural <3
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you very much!
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Whazizname General Artist
Quite a dramatic before & after; nicely done!
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you very much! It was a toughy, but fun to do!
SacredArtist's avatar
Nice retouching. I have started to shoot a lot more in native Nikon instead of JPG, makes this leverl of tweeking much easier, almost like being able to reset subtle camera setting after the shoot. Nice work.
Jason in Oregon
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you! I have totally thought about shooting in raw but sometimes I just like being able to move quickly in shoots. Sometimes the raws take a couple minutes to process between each image. XP Power to those who have the patients for it!
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Ah, yes, the time factor....I just upgrade the Nikon so it is fast as hell. It can usually keep up very well..... Hats off to you and your lovely work.
Jason
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you, in the future I might play around with it a little more, maybe with indoor shoots. =)
SacredArtist's avatar
Cool;
I am just starting to play with HDR also. My old rig would not do it fast enough but we shall see. Sure wish I had a few days off to go make art on the beach with you and yours crew...I could use a break.
Bliss
J.
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
HDR is on my list as well. We wish we had more time to hit the beaches as well. We get out there about 3 times a year. Most of the shoots I took this year happened in one week. I have learned so much since then, that when I hit the beaches again I know I will get even better content!
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Miguel-Santos Photographer
Very interesting process. Well done indeed. :nod:
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TEMPERATE-SAGEProfessional General Artist
Thank you!
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Miguel-Santos Photographer
You're very welcome. :)
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